May 21 2013
Organizations are aware of what big data has in store, but are not sure if this new technology adds any value to their specific organizational scenarios. Most are thinking "we do not do much with the social media data or web logs or have any real need to analyze such information within our business context". However, the cost effective storage and data discovery platforms that can give new insights are some things people are liking, but they are assuming these are something they may use in the future (and not now).
So, to really understand what could be the best place to start with big data is a great idea to explore.
May 19 2013
Once you have successfully processed your mining structure and mining models, it is time to view your results. To begin viewing those results, simply click the Mining Model Viewer tab.
Within the Mining Model Viewer tab, select the mining model you wish to review. Ideally you gave your mining models meaningful names so you can easily distinguish mining models from the names in the pull down list. The actual screen shown depends on the algorithm used by your selected mining model. For example, the screen print below shows the results of a Decision Tree mining model.
May 19 2013
Google I/O 2013 has ended and while we saw a few new things on the Android front, this year's event was much more dialed back than 2012 as far as the platform is concerned. There was no Android update announced, much to the chagrin of some bloggers. In my opinion, this isn't that big of a deal as the platform is in a very stable, viable place right now. The platform along with the Android Design Guidelines provide the foundation for developers to deliver almost everything possible in their apps.
May 19 2013
We have another I/O in the books, and even though we didn’t get any updates to the Nexus family or official updates to the OS; there were a lot of announcements regarding the future of the platform. During several Android sessions it was mentioned that we would get an incremental update to Jelly Bean (API 18) in the next couple of months. But while we wait for it, there are many updates that we can start leveraging right now. These are the ones that I think will have a major impact in the short term,
May 17 2013
In our April webinar “SharePoint 2013: Building Better Business Outcomes,” Kelly Rusk and I covered the mobile capabilities and limitations of SharePoint 2013. Recently Amanda Lefebvre on the Office 365 blog announced upcoming changes that address some of the limitations around mobile access and real-time coauthoring.